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23

Jan

2017

4 Important Reasons Why You Should prepare with Us
Recently, The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) decided[1] to uphold the current passing standards for the NCLEX-PN exam (this evaluation occurs every three years) and is designed to ensure competence for entry-level PNs.   NCLEX is an important exam for candidates seeking out a career path as a Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN) or as a Practical Nurse (NCLEX-PN). Now, more than ever, the need to pass the res[...]

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13

Jan

2017

3 Yoga Poses for Nursing Students with Neck Soreness
We probably don’t need to remind you of the toll that nursing school takes on your body. If you’re not running back and forth between patient rooms or moving 200-pound patients during clinic, you’re likely bent over a computer or textbook for several hours at a time. All this straining makes for a really tight neck and if you’re experiencing pain related to neck soreness, you’ll understand why this is no joke. Thankfully, there are plenty of exercises to strength[...]

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26

Oct

2016

When Finishing the NCLEX in 75 Questions Doesn’t Happen: Getting Through the 76th Question Panic
Finishing the NLCEX in 75 questions isn’t the norm, despite what new grads might tell you. We know that while the minimum number of questions given on the NCLEX is 75, students end up answering more questions—sometimes even the maximum of 265! Still, at question number 75 of this oh-so-nerve-wracking computerized exam, pretty much every nursing student is holding their breath, PRAYING that the test will finally be over.   The NCLEX uses [...]

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27

Sep

2016

After The NCLEX – Things You’ll Learn as a New Nurse
Passing the NCLEX may have felt like the end of an era, but it truly marks the beginning of another time in your life. You’ve done thousands of NCLEX practice questions and spent an unspeakable number of hours completing your NCLEX review all to ensure that you’d pass your exam. But once you’ve finished and gotten your licensure in hand, you’ll embark on another journey as a brand new Registered Nurse. This method of learning might be a li[...]

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15

Sep

2016

Do Nurses Really Eat Their Young?
Graduate nurses have many stressors on their first day of work, and when it’s your turn to start your nursing career, you’ll quickly see that the act of balancing patients, medications, and medications as a new nurse is just one part of the job. You’ll also be juggling interpersonal relationships with staff, which means working with respiratory therapists, doctors, and senior nurses-a sometimes difficult feat. Ask any of the graduate nurses that you know and you’ll lik[...]

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